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Hogwarts School of the Holy Spirit

On Monday, the Elijah List sent out an advertisement for something called "Online Prophetic Activation Training," offered by the organization Warriors International. See the advertisement here.

Magic Charms Enchant Apostolic-Prophetic Movement

In 2007, I reported on an alarming trend that continues today — the growing use of magic charms and other occult practices in the apostolic-prophetic movement. Read the article, published by the Christian Research Journal, here.

Satan’s Best Weapon

What is Satan’s best weapon? Apostolic-prophetic churches talk a lot about “spiritual warfare” — the spiritual weapons Satan and his demons use to attack Christians.

[ More ] June 3rd, 2010 | 15 Comments | Posted in Spiritual Warfare |

‘Apostle’ Joyner Meets Apostle Paul

This is my third post examining Rick Joyner’s teachings in his popular book The Final Quest, which records a series of visions Joyner claims God gave him. In this post, I will look at a conversation Joyner — who claims to be a modern “apostle” and “prophet” — records between himself and the apostle Paul […]

[ More ] April 30th, 2007 | 26 Comments | Posted in Occult/New Age Teachings, Twisted Scriptures |

Dream Cards and Psychic Healing

Back to magic charms. A few posts back, I wrote about the growing popularity of magic charms and spells in the apostolic-prophetic movement, like a property cleansing kit that’s supposed to rid your property of curses (still listed as a “top-selling product” on the Elijah List). Well, yesterday, the Elijah List sent another e-mail advertising […]

Magic Charms and Spells

I’ve noticed a growing trend in the apostolic-prophetic movement toward magic charms and spells — objects and phrases that supposedly give those who use them supernatural power. One example: On Oct. 1, the Elijah List sent an e-mail advertising a book, titled Portals to Cleansing by Henry Malone, to help Christians learn how to cleanse […]

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